Job Title           : Field Supervisor

Project             : Start Small Initiative                                                                               

Reports to        : Project Manager

Job location     : Southern Province


  1. Prepare annual plans that are consistence with general framework of the project’s interventions.
  2. Co-ordinate project and administrative activities in the assigned areas of responsibility.
  3. Shall interpret the project’s core objectives to staff in the field stations and other stakeholders.
  4. Stimulate communities and schools to take change attitudes and cultural parameters that deprive and marginalize the poor.
  5. Conduct participatory appraisals to identify causes of depravation and with communities / school initiate plans how to address those issues.
  6. Provide necessary skills in strengthening pro-poor leadership structures and skills to maintain action solidarity and clubs.
  7. Motivate communities and schools to identify and use their own resources to address development issues
  8. In participatory manner design and implement, monitor, and evaluate project interventions within the defined community.
  9. Develop project annual operating plans with corresponding budgets.
  10. Prepare quarterly/annual funding forecasts.
  11. Review and submit monthly project financial and management reports.
  12. Prepare and submit quarterly/annual project progress reports
  13. Maintain proper internal controls, ensuring compliance with pre-determined AEE requirements, controls, and procedures.
  14. Field co-coordinator shall supervise staff and volunteers in the assigned area.
  15. Participate in induction and orientation of new staff and community volunteers.
  16. Collaborate and network with other NGO’s, government department, church leaders and community leaders, ensuring participation of all Stakeholders in program quality and innovation.
  17. Ensure that Christian values, activities, devotion, and church relation achieve optimum attention and commitment by all staff within the project.
  18. Conduct staff appraisal and inform the concerned staff on areas that require improvement.
  19. Motivate, encourage, and supervise staff under his or her charge.
  20. Implement audit recommendations.
  21. Perform any other duties as assigned by the Program Co-ordinator.


I.    Education:

  • Have a bachelor’s degree in Community Development Studies, Education, Social Studies, Public Health, Economics, Management, and other related studies,

II.    Experience

  • Have a Rwandan nationality
  • Have a minimum of four (4) years’ experience
  • Have a minimum of two (2) years in leadership position
  • Have a strong participatory-building and leadership skills
  • Be fluent in Kinyarwanda and English
  • Have a valid driving license of Motorcycle (A)
  • Be a Born-again Christian who is compassionate.
  • Should not be above 40 years old.


  • Expression of interest letter
  • Updated CV (maximum 2 pages) with contact details
  • 3 references
  • Copies of educational qualifications
  • Church recommendation
  • Criminal Background Record
  • Copy of National Identity card.
  • Copy of Driving License (Class A)

How to Apply

  • Qualified and interested candidates should submit their application documents written in English addressed to AEE Rwanda Executive Secretary exclusively to: by May 10th, 2021 not later than 01:00pm Kigali time.

N.B. Only selected candidates will be contacted for tests.

Done at Kigali, May 4th, 2021.

Beatrice Umulisa

HR Manager

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